Taylor Swift has announced the re-release of her hit album Red on Friday.
The singer-songwriter has promised to re-release all six albums she recorded while at her first label Big Machine Records.
With this re-release, Taylor now owns the rights to this album rather than Big Machine Records.
The musician celebrated by saying this on Twitter: “Red is about to be mine again, but it has always been ours.”
Taylor’s new album includes re-recorded editions of the 14 songs from the original album, with 16 additional tracks with singers Ed Sheeran and Phoebe Bridgers.
The original album was a massive hit when it was first released, going platinum seven times in the United States and selling over 1.21 million copies in its first week.
Taylor Swift was very unhappy when Big Machine Records, was bought by record executive Scooter Braun.
When they bought Big Machine Records, Scooter became the owner of all of Taylor’s originally recorded music.
Taylor will now earn money from the re-recorded tracks and she hopes the first tracks will be less valuable and will earn the new owners less money.